Recording

Klepto Label, Studios Make San Francisco Debut

On April 30, 2004, Klepto Records hit the San Francisco scene with the launch of its indie label and two recording studios, having purchased Different 7/01/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

On April 30, 2004, Klepto Records hit the San Francisco scene with the launch of its indie label and two recording studios, having purchased Different Fur Studios' analog rooms (pictured).

The digital studio offers three iso rooms and an executive lounge. Bands currently signed to the label include Ride the Blinds (whose self-titled album came out in early May) and Too Much or Too Little.

As part of the opening, studio owner/recording engineer Jeromy Smith promoted Klepto's new interactive Website, which hosts a Recording Engineers Resource Center where musicians can “shop” for their perfect engineer according to the resumes posted on the site, www.kleptorecords.com.

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